Series: Mamur Zapt Mystery

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The Mamur Zapt and the Return of the Carpet by Michael Pearce1
The Mamur Zapt and the Night of the Dog by Michael Pearce2
The Mamur Zapt and the Donkey-Vous by Michael Pearce3
The Mamur Zapt and the Men Behind by Michael Pearce4
The Mamur Zapt and the Girl in the Nile by Michael Pearce5
The Mamur Zapt and the Spoils of Egypt by Michael Pearce6
The Mamur Zapt and the Camel of Destruction by Michael Pearce7
The Snake Catcher's Daughter by Michael Pearce8
The Mingrelian Conspiracy by Michael Pearce9
The Fig Tree Murder by Michael Pearce10
The Last Cut by Michael Pearce11
Death of An Effendi by Michael Pearce12
A Cold Touch of Ice by Michael Pearce13
The Face in the Cemetery by Michael Pearce14
The Point in the Market by Michael Pearce15
The Mark of the Pasha by Michael Pearce16
The Bride Box by Michael Pearce17
The Mouth of the Crocodile by Michael Pearce18
The Women of the Souk by Michael Pearce19
Crime Through Time by Miriam Grace Monfredoshort story, "The Mamur Zapt and the Kodaker's Eye"

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  2. The Bee's Kiss by Barbara Cleverly (2005)
  3. Lord of the Silent by Elizabeth Peters (2001)
  4. Three Hands in the Fountain by Lindsey Davis (1997)
  5. Goodnight Sweet Prince by David Dickinson (2002)
  6. Cut to the Quick by Kate Ross (1993)
  7. The Princess and the Pirates by John Maddox Roberts (2000)
  8. Murder in a Cathedral by Ruth Dudley Edwards (1996)
  9. Unholy Ghosts by D. M. Greenwood (1991)
  10. Sweet Poison by David Roberts (2001)
  11. The Emperor's Pearl by Robert van Gulik (1963)
  12. Death in Autumn by Magdalen Nabb (1984)
  13. Stalking Ivory by Suzanne Arruda (2007)
  14. Roman Blood by Steven Saylor (1991)
  15. Bluegate Fields by Anne Perry (1984)

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